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Parametric box with QR code for link

by l0b0, published

Parametric box with QR code for link by l0b0 Oct 15, 2010

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Summary

Print a box to hold a given number of items of a specified size.

Git repository: http://github.com/l0b0/parametric-box

Version 2 contains the QR code embedded in the back plate. This is a demo of http://github.com/l0b0/qr2scad, which was slapped together today to enable this sort of thing dynamically.

If someone sees the QR code on your thing in real life, they can find the design and make their own copies with just a photo of it. Theoretically, you could even assign this job to a machine, looking around the web (or your tool box) for things that can be duplicated.

Another possibility would be to encode the .scad file in a QR code (after using http://github.com/l0b0/OpenSCAD-Minimizer) and include that on the model. Nicely Von Neumann-friendly :)

Instructions

  • Open in OpenSCAD.
  • Uncomment one of the Size configuration sections. Dimensions for CD and DVD covers are provided.
  • Set the items variable to the desired amount.
  • Set wall_thickness if you want to.
  • Check the size of the resulting model before printing!

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Parametric box with QR code for link by l0b0 is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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Thanks!

PS: Funny though that zbarimg was not able to decode the image; I had to go to ZXing

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